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21 Feb 19
Clarks Condensed - Family, Easy Recipes, Cricut Ideas, and More

Do you have a LEGO lover in your house? Then you can understand how messy they can get! Here is our LEGO Organization system – along with free printable LEGO labels so you can create your own solution in your home.  LEGO Organization Storage Ideas This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf […]

20 Feb 19
In The Know Cycling

Reach for the women’s Mammut Masao Light hard shell hooded jacket when you hear the call of the wild. A waterproof outer material is complemented by waterproof zippers and a helmet-compatible hood.

20 Feb 19
Mr Liu's Opinions

The German philosopher Richard David Precht writes about the perils and opportunities of the robotics revolution as it will take many jobs and make a basic income necessary. He is very welcoming of automation but raises a fair question about whether all forms of automation are equally desirable. I quote my favorite passage in the […]

19 Feb 19
varsha's blog

Market Research Store Exposed a new deep Industry research report focuses on Hard Adventure Sports Equipment Sales Market, delivers detailed analysis of market and future prospects of Hard Adventure Sports Equipment Sales market. The critical and significant data in the study makes the research a very important tool for experts, analysts and managers to get ready-to-access analysis by […]

19 Feb 19
Markets n Trends Analysis

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Climbing Helmets Market Status and Future Forecast 2015-2024” new report to its research database. The report spread across 136 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. This comprehensive Climbing Helmets Market research report includes a brief on these trends that can help the businesses operating in the industry to understand the […]

19 Feb 19
Hiking With The Murphys

Below is the list of all of the gear I’m going to start the trail with. I’ve also created a LighterPack with how much each piece of gear weighs. https://lighterpack.com/r/9nrnh3 Backpack:Zpack Arc Haul Shelter:MSR Hubba Hubba Nx 2-person (Tent – Carried by Tim)Zpack Classic Sleeping BagThermarest Neoair Xtherm (Sleeping Pad) Food Prep:Jetboil MiniMo (Stove/Mug)Snowpeak Titanium […]

18 Feb 19
Organizational Theory

Analysis of Black Diamond Equipment’s Environmental Complexity Patty Eagan University of Alaska Fairbanks   Author Note Patty Eagan is currently a student at the School of Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks. This research was conducted as part of MBA 617 Organizational Theory for Managers course instructed by Dr. Nicole Cundiff. Correspondence concerning this article should […]

17 Feb 19
In The Know Cycling

The Kento Light SO Hooded Jacket delicately blends light water-repelling and windproof design with a think, soft shell jacket that allows you to move quickly over mountain peaks. For comfort and freedom of movement, the Mammut have included elastic sections on the side providing comfort and freedom of movement with the athletic fit keeping things […]

17 Feb 19
GearCMF

Long over are the days were a backpack was just a simple bag with two padded straps. Blame our new-found attention to ergonomics or our restless search for adventure but backpacks have come a long way. Let’s take a look at some of the most thoughtfully designed packs that are meant to hold all of […]

17 Feb 19
The Sun
IT’S been an odd morning. I woke up at the North Pole near my kids’ Arctic igloo, had breakfast in an Egyptian pharaoh’s temple, visited Peppa Pig’s house then was sucked into a black hole. OK, I lied about the last bit — there is no way I was taking on the 155ft drop into a “black hole” that 60mph dive ’coaster Oblivion offers thrill-seekers at Italy’s Gardaland theme park. Escape From Atlantis ride in Gardaland But there are plenty of other attractions to suit all the family — here and next door at its sister attraction, Gardaland Sea Life. With the resort set on the edges of the beautiful Lake Garda, offering beaches, biking, boat trips and ­picture-perfect villages to explore, there is lots to see and do nearby. The sprawling theme park was built in 1975 by a group of local entrepreneurs, but was taken over by the British firm Merlin 12 years ago. Big hits with us were the 104ft Raptor (think Thorpe Park’s smooth but exhilarating Swarm), crazy corkscrewing ’coaster Shaman, manic mine train Mammut and 50mph inverted ’coaster Blue Tornado, which twisted like a piece of spaghetti, according to Lottie, 13. Fun for all the family on the Oblivion rollercoaster [bc_video video_id=”5997941617001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Peppa Pig brings home the bacon as her popularity soars as China celebrates the Year of the Pig”] Jungle Rapids left us giggling and my husband Pete’s feet dripping — karma after he laughed when a wave soaked mine — and the Escape From Atlantis water ride was superbly scenic. There is plenty for pre-schoolers too, in three areas featuring rides and attractions: Kung Fu Panda Academy, Fantasy Kingdom and the newly-opened Peppa Pig Land. For a break from the rides, stage show Broadway, featuring live ­performances from hit musicals like Mamma Mia!, had us singing along in the park’s 1,300-seat theatre. We even enjoyed a brief show as we dined, looking down on to prancing pirates from the ship-set restaurant Locanda del Corsearo Nero. It’s one of more than 30 ­places to eat — including gluten-free and vegan kiosks. Peppa Pig Land will keep the kids entertained Immersing yourself in the Sea Life centre is easy. It has a viewing ­tunnel where sharks, rays and other tropical creatures glide around. Its 42 tanks are home to 5,000 aquatic wonders, including sea lions. We were staying at the park’s nearby 4H Gardaland Adventure Hotel, in an Arctic suite, featuring polar bears peeking into the kids’ igloo sleeping area, mammoths prowling, and icicles hanging from our explorers’ hut-style headboard. It’s one of four nicely thought-out themes at the 100-room hotel, which also offers Jungle, Wild West and Arabian styles. Enjoy a boat trip through the historic city There are further themed suites at the neighbouring 247-room Gardaland Hotel and this year there will be even more choice with the launch of the resort’s third 4H hotel. The £18million, 128-room Gardaland Magic Hotel opens its doors on May 31 and will ­feature Enchanted Forest, Magic Ice Castle and Wizard House themes. We managed to tear Tom, 15, and Lottie, away from the park and headed off to Lake Garda. Majestic mountains of its northern area give way to the plains in the south, with passenger ferries criss-crossing the lake and a cable car hoisting passengers from Malcesine to Tratto Spino, 5,775ft up in the Monte Baldo mountain range. Houses sit upon majestic mountains in Lake Garda’s historic towns On the tip of a peninsula in the south sits historic town Sirmione. You enter via a bridge and medieval archway, under the gaze of the imposing castle Rocca Scaligera, built by the Della Scala family that ruled Verona in the 13th Century. Its narrow streets house tiny shops as well as thermal spas and ancient churches. Cast back further in time and at Sirmione’s tip sits Grotte di Catullo, the ruins of a Roman villa, its on-site museum housing artefacts found during the site’s excavation. [article-rail-section title=”most read in travel” posts_category=”0″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A half-hour drive south lies beautiful Borghetto, an ancient village featuring water mills — the adjoining fences festooned with lovers’ padlocks. Each year the village holds a festival in honour of the tortellini for which it has become so well known, the bridge hosting 4,000 diners seat­ed on two 1,968ft tables along its length. After a delicious traditional five-course menu at nearby restaurant Trattoria Al Fornello it was back to the park — now strikingly illuminated, its extended summer hours see it open 10am to 11pm daily. Maybe Oblivion’s drop won’t be quite so terrifying at night. [boxout headline=”Go: Lake Garda”]GETTING THERE: There are flights to Verona – 19 miles from Lake Garda and the theme park – from UK airports with easyJet, jet2holidays and TUI with fares from £44pp one way in March. STAYING THERE: New 4H Gardaland Magic Hotel will offer a package from £387 per night for two adults and one child aged three to 12 years. It includes one night’s stay in a themed room, breakfast, entry to Park and Gardaland Sea Life Aquarium. See gardaland.it/en or call 0039 045 6404000. [/boxout] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
17 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
IT’S been an odd morning. I woke up at the North Pole near my kids’ Arctic igloo, had breakfast in an Egyptian pharaoh’s temple, visited Peppa Pig’s house then was sucked into a black hole. OK, I lied about the last bit — there is no way I was taking on the 155ft drop into a “black hole” that 60mph dive ’coaster Oblivion offers thrill-seekers at Italy’s Gardaland theme park. Escape From Atlantis ride in Gardaland But there are plenty of other attractions to suit all the family — here and next door at its sister attraction, Gardaland Sea Life. With the resort set on the edges of the beautiful Lake Garda, offering beaches, biking, boat trips and ­picture-perfect villages to explore, there is lots to see and do nearby. The sprawling theme park was built in 1975 by a group of local entrepreneurs, but was taken over by the British firm Merlin 12 years ago. Big hits with us were the 104ft Raptor (think Thorpe Park’s smooth but exhilarating Swarm), crazy corkscrewing ’coaster Shaman, manic mine train Mammut and 50mph inverted ’coaster Blue Tornado, which twisted like a piece of spaghetti, according to Lottie, 13. Fun for all the family on the Oblivion rollercoaster [bc_video video_id=”5997941617001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Peppa Pig brings home the bacon as her popularity soars as China celebrates the Year of the Pig”] Jungle Rapids left us giggling and my husband Pete’s feet dripping — karma after he laughed when a wave soaked mine — and the Escape From Atlantis water ride was superbly scenic. There is plenty for pre-schoolers too, in three areas featuring rides and attractions: Kung Fu Panda Academy, Fantasy Kingdom and the newly-opened Peppa Pig Land. For a break from the rides, stage show Broadway, featuring live ­performances from hit musicals like Mamma Mia!, had us singing along in the park’s 1,300-seat theatre. We even enjoyed a brief show as we dined, looking down on to prancing pirates from the ship-set restaurant Locanda del Corsearo Nero. It’s one of more than 30 ­places to eat — including gluten-free and vegan kiosks. Peppa Pig Land will keep the kids entertained Immersing yourself in the Sea Life centre is easy. It has a viewing ­tunnel where sharks, rays and other tropical creatures glide around. Its 42 tanks are home to 5,000 aquatic wonders, including sea lions. We were staying at the park’s nearby 4H Gardaland Adventure Hotel, in an Arctic suite, featuring polar bears peeking into the kids’ igloo sleeping area, mammoths prowling, and icicles hanging from our explorers’ hut-style headboard. It’s one of four nicely thought-out themes at the 100-room hotel, which also offers Jungle, Wild West and Arabian styles. Enjoy a boat trip through the historic city There are further themed suites at the neighbouring 247-room Gardaland Hotel and this year there will be even more choice with the launch of the resort’s third 4H hotel. The £18million, 128-room Gardaland Magic Hotel opens its doors on May 31 and will ­feature Enchanted Forest, Magic Ice Castle and Wizard House themes. We managed to tear Tom, 15, and Lottie, away from the park and headed off to Lake Garda. Majestic mountains of its northern area give way to the plains in the south, with passenger ferries criss-crossing the lake and a cable car hoisting passengers from Malcesine to Tratto Spino, 5,775ft up in the Monte Baldo mountain range. Houses sit upon majestic mountains in Lake Garda’s historic towns On the tip of a peninsula in the south sits historic town Sirmione. You enter via a bridge and medieval archway, under the gaze of the imposing castle Rocca Scaligera, built by the Della Scala family that ruled Verona in the 13th Century. Its narrow streets house tiny shops as well as thermal spas and ancient churches. Cast back further in time and at Sirmione’s tip sits Grotte di Catullo, the ruins of a Roman villa, its on-site museum housing artefacts found during the site’s excavation. [article-rail-section title=”most read in travel” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A half-hour drive south lies beautiful Borghetto, an ancient village featuring water mills — the adjoining fences festooned with lovers’ padlocks. Each year the village holds a festival in honour of the tortellini for which it has become so well known, the bridge hosting 4,000 diners seat­ed on two 1,968ft tables along its length. After a delicious traditional five-course menu at nearby restaurant Trattoria Al Fornello it was back to the park — now strikingly illuminated, its extended summer hours see it open 10am to 11pm daily. Maybe Oblivion’s drop won’t be quite so terrifying at night. [boxout headline=”Go: Lake Garda”]GETTING THERE: There are flights to Verona – 19 miles from Lake Garda and the theme park – from UK airports with easyJet, jet2holidays and TUI with fares from £44pp one way in March. STAYING THERE: New 4H Gardaland Magic Hotel will offer a package from £387 per night for two adults and one child aged three to 12 years. It includes one night’s stay in a themed room, breakfast, entry to Park and Gardaland Sea Life Aquarium. See gardaland.it/en or call 0039 045 6404000. [/boxout] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
17 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
IT’S been an odd morning. I woke up at the North Pole near my kids’ Arctic igloo, had breakfast in an Egyptian pharaoh’s temple, visited Peppa Pig’s house then was sucked into a black hole. OK, I lied about the last bit — there is no way I was taking on the 155ft drop into a “black hole” that 60mph dive ’coaster Oblivion offers thrill-seekers at Italy’s Gardaland theme park. Escape From Atlantis ride in Gardaland But there are plenty of other attractions to suit all the family — here and next door at its sister attraction, Gardaland Sea Life. With the resort set on the edges of the beautiful Lake Garda, offering beaches, biking, boat trips and ­picture-perfect villages to explore, there is lots to see and do nearby. The sprawling theme park was built in 1975 by a group of local entrepreneurs, but was taken over by the British firm Merlin 12 years ago. Big hits with us were the 104ft Raptor (think Thorpe Park’s smooth but exhilarating Swarm), crazy corkscrewing ’coaster Shaman, manic mine train Mammut and 50mph inverted ’coaster Blue Tornado, which twisted like a piece of spaghetti, according to Lottie, 13. Fun for all the family on the Oblivion rollercoaster [bc_video video_id=”5997941617001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Peppa Pig brings home the bacon as her popularity soars as China celebrates the Year of the Pig”] Jungle Rapids left us giggling and my husband Pete’s feet dripping — karma after he laughed when a wave soaked mine — and the Escape From Atlantis water ride was superbly scenic. There is plenty for pre-schoolers too, in three areas featuring rides and attractions: Kung Fu Panda Academy, Fantasy Kingdom and the newly-opened Peppa Pig Land. For a break from the rides, stage show Broadway, featuring live ­performances from hit musicals like Mamma Mia!, had us singing along in the park’s 1,300-seat theatre. We even enjoyed a brief show as we dined, looking down on to prancing pirates from the ship-set restaurant Locanda del Corsearo Nero. It’s one of more than 30 ­places to eat — including gluten-free and vegan kiosks. Peppa Pig Land will keep the kids entertained Immersing yourself in the Sea Life centre is easy. It has a viewing ­tunnel where sharks, rays and other tropical creatures glide around. Its 42 tanks are home to 5,000 aquatic wonders, including sea lions. We were staying at the park’s nearby 4H Gardaland Adventure Hotel, in an Arctic suite, featuring polar bears peeking into the kids’ igloo sleeping area, mammoths prowling, and icicles hanging from our explorers’ hut-style headboard. It’s one of four nicely thought-out themes at the 100-room hotel, which also offers Jungle, Wild West and Arabian styles. Enjoy a boat trip through the historic city There are further themed suites at the neighbouring 247-room Gardaland Hotel and this year there will be even more choice with the launch of the resort’s third 4H hotel. The £18million, 128-room Gardaland Magic Hotel opens its doors on May 31 and will ­feature Enchanted Forest, Magic Ice Castle and Wizard House themes. We managed to tear Tom, 15, and Lottie, away from the park and headed off to Lake Garda. Majestic mountains of its northern area give way to the plains in the south, with passenger ferries criss-crossing the lake and a cable car hoisting passengers from Malcesine to Tratto Spino, 5,775ft up in the Monte Baldo mountain range. Houses sit upon majestic mountains in Lake Garda’s historic towns On the tip of a peninsula in the south sits historic town Sirmione. You enter via a bridge and medieval archway, under the gaze of the imposing castle Rocca Scaligera, built by the Della Scala family that ruled Verona in the 13th Century. Its narrow streets house tiny shops as well as thermal spas and ancient churches. Cast back further in time and at Sirmione’s tip sits Grotte di Catullo, the ruins of a Roman villa, its on-site museum housing artefacts found during the site’s excavation. [article-rail-section title=”most read in travel” posts_category=”1″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] A half-hour drive south lies beautiful Borghetto, an ancient village featuring water mills — the adjoining fences festooned with lovers’ padlocks. Each year the village holds a festival in honour of the tortellini for which it has become so well known, the bridge hosting 4,000 diners seat­ed on two 1,968ft tables along its length. After a delicious traditional five-course menu at nearby restaurant Trattoria Al Fornello it was back to the park — now strikingly illuminated, its extended summer hours see it open 10am to 11pm daily. Maybe Oblivion’s drop won’t be quite so terrifying at night. [boxout headline=”Go: Lake Garda”]GETTING THERE: There are flights to Verona – 19 miles from Lake Garda and the theme park – from UK airports with easyJet, jet2holidays and TUI with fares from £44pp one way in March. STAYING THERE: New 4H Gardaland Magic Hotel will offer a package from £387 per night for two adults and one child aged three to 12 years. It includes one night’s stay in a themed room, breakfast, entry to Park and Gardaland Sea Life Aquarium. See gardaland.it/en or call 0039 045 6404000. [/boxout] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
16 Feb 19
solarstr1ker ソーラー1

[english translation of: Lage der Gaming-Nation: ein Interview mit Sandro Kreitlow von Rocket Beans TV] Video games have become such an important part of our pop-cultural society that no one can escape their external impact. Their industry has always been an interesting mirror of the world we live in. But even for a young and […]

16 Feb 19
Scott Becker

Having worked in the outdoor industry for several years it takes something special to really grab my attention these days. Every once in awhile though, I encounter something truly unique and this year that was the Dolomite Veloce GTX. So what is the Veloce GTX?  To label this product as an approach shoe, trail shoe […]